Cub Scout, Webelos, and Arrow of Light Resident Camp Registration
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Cub Scout, Webelos, and Arrow of Light Resident Camp
Date/Time
Registration Begins
3/12/2019
Last Day To Register
5/24/2019 10:00 PM
Location
8065 Old Port Gibson Road
Hazlehurst, MS 39083, US
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Cub Scout, Webelos, and Arrow of Light Resident Camp 

Join for an overnight experience at the Hood Scout Resident this summer. 

Cub Scout, Webelos, and Arrow of Light Resident camps are a short-term camping experience designed to introduce Cub Scouts ,Webelos, Arrow of Lights, their leaders, and their parents to a theme-based, summertime camping experience that will help the Scouts be prepared for a smooth transition into long-term camping at Scouting Summer Camp in their future Scouting experiences. It's a memorable multi-day/night camp of thrilling and adventurous activities that keep campers excited for months after the closing campfire.

At Resident Camp, Scouts will participate in a variety of activities, including shooting sports, swimming, fishing, Scout skills, and much more.  Many of these activities will help Scouts earn various Cub Scout Adventure Belt Loops and Webelos/ Arrow of Light activity pins. For leaders and parents, it's a great place to spend quality time with your Scouts without the distractions of everyday life and just get away for a couple of days. Resident Camp is pure fun from the time you get up in the morning until the time you crawl into your sleeping bag weary from the day's exciting adventure.

Cub Scouts (Wolf/Bear) must have a parent attend with them. Any individual Webelos or Arrow of Light must have a parent attend with them.   Webelos & Arrow of Light Dens can attend camp together with two registered adult leaders (Must be registered adult leaders and completed Youth Protection Training). The parents and leader fee are included in the Scout registration. 

 

General Information 

Both Scouts, Leaders, and parents must have a current Boy Scouts of America Annual Health and Medical Form. Because of the time that we will be a camp, we must have Parts A, & B completed. You will turn these forms in when you check into camp on Thursday, May 30th. 

 Click here to download Annual Health and Medical Form 

Everyone can stay in one of the HSR Scout Tents.  We will provide a cot.  If you choose you can bring your on tent.  You will need to bring your own sleeping gear (blanket, sleeping bag, pillow, etc

We will eat meals in the HSR Dining Hall.  Your first meal will be Thursday Supper.  If your Scout has any dietary issues.  Please email the camp director at least two weeks before camp so that we can work with our dining hall team to meet your Scout's needs.  

You will need to bring your Scout uniform for the evening meals.  During the day, your scout can wear comfortable clothing.  Please remember that you and your Scout must wear closed toed shoes.  No sandal, Crocs, etc.  

Items to Bring

  • Personal Hygiene Items 
  • Extra Clothes and Shoes 
  • Scout Uniform
  • Rain Gear
  • Sleeping Gear
  • Any medications needed
  • Mosquito Netting
  • Spending Money

At the end of the week, you will receive a report of the advancement that your Scout earned.  You will need to turn this into your unit leader. 

Schedule for the Week

Thursday, May 30th

  • 3:00PM               Check-in at the Snack Shack 
  • 3:00PM-5:30PM Move into Campsites and Swim Check at the waterfront
  • 6:00PM               Opening Assembly
  • 6:15PM               Dinner
  • 7:30PM               Evening Activities 
  • 8:30PM               Open Show
  • 9:30PM               Everyone in Campsites
  • 10:00PM             Lights out

Friday, May 31st, 2019

  •  7:00 AM               Wake-up 
  •  7:30 AM               Morning Assembly 
  •  7:45 AM               Breakfast
  •  8:45 AM               Sick Call 
  •  9:00 AM               Morning Program
  • 12:00 PM              Lunch
  • 1:00 PM                Break (Free Time)
  • 2:00 PM                Afternoon Program
  • 5:00 PM                Break (Free Time)
  • 6:00 PM                Evening Assembly‹ 
  • 6:15 PM                Dinner 
  • 7:30 PM                Evening Programs 
  • 9:30 PM                Everyone in Campsites 
  • 10:00 PM              Lights Out

Saturday, June 1 

  • 7:00 AM               Wake-up 
  •  7:30 AM               Morning Assembly 
  •  7:45 AM               Breakfast
  •  8:45 AM               Sick Call 
  •  9:00 AM               Morning Program
  • 12:00 PM              Lunch
  • 1:00 PM                Break (Free Time)
  • 2:00 PM                Afternoon Program
  • 5:00 PM                Break (Free Time) & Load up gear
  • 6:00 PM                Evening Assembly
  • 6:15 PM                Dinner 
  • 7:30 PM                Evening Programs 
  • 8:30 PM                Closing Show
  • After the Closing Show, everyone can leave...Safe Travels 

                 

 

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Cost
$25.00 per Silbing
$150.00 per Wolf
$150.00 per Bear
$150.00 per Webelos
$150.00 per Arrow of Light
Early Discount
Before 5/1/2019 a discount of $25.00 will apply to all Wolf Registrants.
Before 5/1/2019 a discount of $25.00 will apply to all Bear Registrants.
Before 5/1/2019 a discount of $25.00 will apply to all Webelos Registrants.
Before 5/1/2019 a discount of $25.00 will apply to all Arrow of Light Registrants.
Cancellation Policy
Fees are non refundable, but are transferable to other events within the same calendar year (January to December) or to another Scout.

ANDREW JACKSON COUNCIL
BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA

855 Riverside Drive
Jackson, MS 39202
[Map]

Phone:601-948-6111
Fax:601-948-6117
Web:bsa-jackson.org
 

JACKSON SCOUT SHOP

855 Riverside Drive
Jackson, MS 39202
[Map]

Phone:601-355-7047
 

HOOD SCOUT RESERVATION

8065 Old Port Gibson Rd
Hazelhurst, MS 39083
[Map]

Phone:601-948-6111
 

Andrew Jackson Council - Boy Scouts of America - bsa-jackson.org